People & Places

Ishmael Beah

Boy Soldier Shares Message of Hope

Ishmael Beah, human rights activist and the author of A Long Way Gone: Memoirs of a Boy Soldier, shared his emotional experiences as a child soldier with members of the SU community during a visit to campus this fall.

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Supreme Court Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. (right,center) discusses the American legal system with a group of Susquehanna students during his visit to campus this fall.

Students Don Judicial Robes in a Lively Discussion With a Supreme Court Justice

Susquehanna students engaged in a roundtable discussion with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. as part of a daylong event this fall to mark the rededication of the Arlin M. Adams Center for Law and Society.

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Edward Slavishak

Pittsburgh: Then, Now and Always

Pittsburgh once served as the symbol of America’s turn from manufacturing center to postindustrial decay, but how is Pittsburgh defined now?

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Lauren Fasnacht '08 and Jillianne Clark '10 with children from Haven Ministry in Sunbury.

SU SPLASH: The Ripple Effect of Service

Each summer, Susquehanna welcomes 20 rising first-year students to campus for a life-changing service learning event: SU SPLASH, or Students Promoting Leadership and Awareness in Serving the Homeless.

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